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Habitat 67, or simply Habitat, is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Canada designed by Israeli–Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. Its interlocking forms, connected walkways and landscaped terraces were key in achieving Safdie's goal of a private and natural environment within the limits of a dense urban space. Habitat 67.jpg | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

British designer Thomas Heatherwick has completed work on a new complex for gin company Bombay Sapphire at Laverstock Mill Distillery in Hampshire, England, including two sculptural glasshouses that are heated using warm air created during the distilling process

Habitat 67, Montreal - One of Canada's most distinctive pieces of architecture. Another reason to visit Montreal...

Goldsmith Apartment Building, Mexico City, Mexico. A project by: Carlos Pascal, Pascal Arquitectos

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20 of the most unique homes ever built [PICS]

Habitat 67 is a housing complex and landmark located in Montreal, Canada. Its design was created by architect Moshe Safdie, based on his master's thesis at McGill University and built as part of Expo 67. The building was supposed to illustrate the new lifestyle people would live in increasingly crowded cities around the world. Photo by Ryan Dickey

Sustainable, urban office architecture, Parramatta, Australia, tower, suspended, warp, city square, architectural competition

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Pole House by F2 Architecture, Fairhaven beach, Great Ocean Road, Australia

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Gallery of Urban Forest / MAD Architects - 6

Forests in sky scrapers.... what will they think of next? Shame the materials couldnt be more organic, it's just a bit too futuristic looking for me. Urban Forest by MAD Architects